The Kroger Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation Backs Stem Festival

"The Kroger Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation proudly supports the STEM Festival, promoting education and innovation in science, technology, engineering, and math."


4/10/20241 min read

The Kroger Zero Hunger
The Kroger Zero Hunger

The Kroger Company is helping students learn about science and technology at the National STEM Festival in Washington, DC.

They support the festival’s focus on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for middle and high school students.

Kroger wants to encourage young people to think critically and be passionate about these important issues.

Students from across the country were invited to submit their STEM projects last fall. Now 126 of them have been selected to exhibit their work at the festival.

zero hunger | The Zero Waste Foundation, part of Kroger, is specifically supporting projects related to building a sustainable food system.

Kroger leaders are excited to see new ideas from students. They believe these young minds can make a huge difference in areas like reducing food waste and tackling climate change.

Kroger also wants to create career opportunities for students interested in food-related STEM fields.They have openings in areas such as alternative food, finance, technology and supply chain management.

For more information about the festival, you can visit .

It’s about Kroger

Kroger is a company that does everything to feed people and reduce waste. They serve millions of customers every day and by 2025 aim to build communities without hunger or waste.

About The Kroger Co. about it, passionless | Zero Waste Foundation

The foundation was created to support organizations and individuals working to end hunger and waste in America. As of 2018, more than $59 million has been awarded in support of this project.


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